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October 17, 2012
Laser processing cell can weld, cut, mark almost any part
Wayne Trail has introduced the Flex Lase Pro. The high-speed, three-axis, scanner-based laser processing cell is equipped with an IPG 2-kW, single-mode fiber laser and a Cambridge Technologies 3-D, high-speed scanner head. Typical spot size... Read more...
May 17, 2012
Lincoln Electric acquires Wayne Trail Technologies Inc.
Lincoln Electric Holdings Inc. has announced that it has acquired Wayne Trail Technologies Inc., a privately held Ohio-based manufacturer of automated systems and tooling, serving a wide range of applications in the metal processing market.... Read more...
April 9, 2012
Wayne Trail receives FANUC Robotics sales award
Wayne Trail Technologies, Fort Loramie, Ohio, has received the Outstanding Sales Growth Award in the welding market from FANUC Robotics.
The award recognizes Wayne Trail for more than doubling its sales volume with FANUC over the previous... Read more...
January 12, 2012
Wayne Trail Technologies receives award from state of Ohio
The Senate of the state of Ohio has presented Wayne Trail Technologies Inc., Fort Loramie, Ohio, with a 2011 Edison Technology Center Award for Excellence.
The award was presented in recognition of the company's development of the Flex Cut... Read more...
January 10, 2012
Changing from manual operations to automation is a chance to redesign the fabricating process, which is an opportunity to engineer a process that runs more efficiently than merely replicating the steps used in the manual operation. Photo... Read more...
December 9, 2011
Eligiendo la mejor opción de servotransferencia
El estilo de transferencia “en el frente y atrás” con frecuencia es la mejor solución para lograr capacidad de la línea de prensa multipropósitos.
Nota del Editor: este artículo está basado en una presentación... Read more...
July 8, 2011
Choosing the best transfer solution
The front-and-back servo transfer style is often the best approach for attaining multipurpose press line capability.
Editor’s Note: This article is based on a presentation made at FABTECH® 2010 in Atlanta.
The need... Read more...
June 8, 2010
Planning 101: Hydroforming automation
Robots often are used to move hydrofromed components from one station to another in an automated cell.
In the automotive industry, tubular hydroformed components have greatly improved product quality while opening up new... Read more...
February 11, 2010
Ohio governor visits Wayne Trail Technologies, commends company for helping its work force retool and stay current
February 2, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland visited Wayne Trail Technologies in Fort Loramie, Ohio. Company officials took Strickland for a tour of the facility before he addressed employees and state and county officials. He was introduced by the... Read more...
May 28, 2009
In today's economic atmosphere, manufacturers face many challenges. For example, if you fabricate tubular components, you probably realize that you can no longer win new business simply by having manually operated equipment ready and assuming... Read more...
June 15, 2008
Top 10 misconceptions about automation
The new norm is a larger-than-ever variety of high-quality parts in smaller-than-ever lot sizes-requiring frequent changeovers-with zero defects. Automation accommodates the new norm. Frequent changeovers, not volume, may be the motivation to... Read more...
December 11, 2007
Universal laser processing cell ships as complete module
The Flex Lase universal laser processing cell from Wayne Trail Technologies includes fiber laser technology, robot-based process articulation, and various fixture and tooling options. Fully automatic coupling and decoupling of multiple laser... Read more...
October 9, 2007
A new standard in forming bathtubs
American Standard's manufacturing facility in Salem, Ohio, invested more than $1 million to fully automate its bathtub forming line, which consists of a lubricator, two hydraulic presses for deep drawing, two mechanical presses for secondary... Read more...
October 10, 2006
Drawing on new experiences
Press operator Brandie Watkins wipes down a refrigerator door before conducting a quality check. Appliance manufacturing has been due for a makeover for some time. As thousands of U.S. households have rediscovered home entertaining,... Read more...
July 11, 2006
Wayne Trail Technologies constructs new facility, enters new market segment
Wayne Trail Technologies, Fort Loramie, Ohio, has entered a new market segment and is constructing an additional, 30,000-sq.-ft. facility. The company has entered the robotics, welding, and fixturing market segment by acquiring Flexible Systems... Read more...
July 13, 2004
Bending and handling tube
It used to be simple: Purchase the tube fabrication machinery necessary for a project and hire motivated workers to get the job done. It's not that simple anymore. Technology advances have made automated bending and material handling... Read more...
May 30, 2002
Giving your press a lift
Photo courtesy of Atlas Technologies. What's new in quick die change is more subtle than breathtaking. Because the basic design of a typical press line leaves a limited number of options for technological improvements, "new" is best... Read more...